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Spotify debuts star-stuffed holiday music collection — see exclusive studio photos

Glenn Weinrich; James Barber

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It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas on Spotify.

The streaming service on Wednesday debuted “Spotify Singles: Holiday,” an exclusive playlist featuring new recordings from your favorite singers, and only EW has photos of the recording sessions at Spotify’s studios in New York City and London.

Boasting original songs and covers of holiday gems from Kelly Clarkson, Sam Smith, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, and more, the playlist has something for everyone: There’s Clarkson’s original “Christmas Eve,” Smith’s moving take on Joni Mitchell’s haunting “River,” and Fifth Harmony’s heavenly R&B jam “Can You See,” Demi Lovato’s magical interpretation of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” and so much more. Though placed about halfway through the list, Yoke Lore’s live and toned-down version of George Michael’s modern classic “Last Christmas” is one to play in rotation throughout the holidays.

Making the project even merrier, Wyclef John is among the stars who recorded special holiday greetings — think of them as jolly interludes!

Listen to the complete playlist above, and check out exclusive photos of the production below.

Glenn Weinrich
James Barber
Glenn Weinrich
James Barber

 

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